Trick-or-treating may be cancelled but that doesn't mean Halloween has to be! Who's ready for Hallow-tine/Quaren-ween 2020?
If you're someone (or have someone) who loves everything about spooky season and finding the perfect costume, there are still tons of ways to celebrate at home. Whether you want your night scary or filled with family-approved fun, here are 8 ways to bring the fun to you.
Candy Scavenger Hunt
Who says you can't still buy the candy? And this way, you don't even have to share. Create a game for the kiddos by hiding treats throughout your home and sending them on their way.
Pumpkin Carving or Decorating
You may already have some out for display on your porch, but why not carve a few more? Have a contest for who has the most creative pumpkin, or why not paint them instead! Either way, clear out the seeds and roast them for a delicious Halloween-night snack.
Don't go crazy on just the outside of your home! Halloween-ize the inside to help it feel like more of a celebration. Decorate together during the day to start your celebration as early as possible!
Find everything comfy in your home, plus all of that candy, and set up in front of the TV for the ultimate movie marathon. Scary movies are usually the go to on Halloween night, but if you're waiting until the little ones go to bed to get into the scary stuff, try a Harry Potter marathon or any of these kid-friendly movies that won't keep them up.
Nothing makes a celebration quite like festive snacks and cocktails. Check out this list of 20+ Halloween Cocktails to help ring in Hallows Eve.
Virtual Costume Contest
Don't let those costumes go to waste! Call up your friends and family and host a virtual costume contest! Winner gets bragging rights or a virtual gift card to their favourite spot. Want to make it a little more interesting? Make it so the costumes have to be created from things you find around your home.
Set up a craft station and get festive! Check out these 40 easy and creative Halloween crafts for the kids (and us adults)!
What a perfect opportunity to make pumpkin cookies, monster rice krispie treats, or festive cupcakes! Get creative with festive recipes and let everyone decorate their own!